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About PimEyes

PimEyes manifesto

We believe that everyone has the right to find themselves on the Internet and protect their privacy and image. Using the latest technologies, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, we help people find their pictures on the Internet and defend themselves against scammers, identity thieves, or illegal usage of their image. That is why we have created PimEyes - a multi-purpose tool allowing people to track down their faces on the Internet, reclaim image rights, and monitor their online presence.

We truly believe that it is necessary to democratize facial recognition technology. It should not only be reserved for corporations or governments. We’re proud to say that we have helped thousands of ordinary people in finding their illegally used photos and protecting their privacy.

About the brand

PimEyes is a face recognition search engine that has been created to be available to everyone. The technology that integrates the facial recognition mechanism with a search engine was designed in 2017 by a Polish startup. In 2020 the brand was bought by the investors from Face Recognition Solutions Ltd. and it is now being developed as an advanced self-monitoring, self-protection, and self-image management tool.

Why do we charge people for opening the results?

You might be aware that if an online service is for free, the company standing behind it sells its users’ data. For us, however, our user’s anonymity is a top priority, so instead of selling their data, we charge them for the possibility to unlock the results containing their faces. However, we allow everyone to perform a search and display the results with no need to pay. Free users just can’t open the results.

Why do we allow searching only for the user’s own face?

Before a user performs a search, we require them to accept the Terms of Service and agree to use a photo of their own face in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We desire people to use our service knowingly - PimEyes is designed to monitor the individual’s own image.

We want our service to be used in a manner that does not affect the rights of third parties (personal rights, copyrights) and generally applicable principles of international law. That is why in our search results there are website addresses, not personal data (because the users know who they are). This is also one of the reasons why we don’t search social media.

We have mentioned the requirement for users to limit searches to their own faces in the Terms&Conditions, Privacy Policy, and consent form that they need to accept before they receive their results. It is important for us that users do not overlook this significant condition.

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